Above: The relationship between the frequencies of men’s beards and the width of women’s skirts, charted over time from 1823 to 1970. The graph is taken from a paper published in The American Journal of Sociology. According to The Atlantic:
Robinson’s theory as to why fashion—both sartorial and hirsute—seems to come in waves is this: Young people tend to eschew the tastes of their elders, but old trends seem new again after a sufficient amount of time has passed. So while long skirts may fall out of favor for one generation, their grandchildren will think they’re the cat’s pajamas.
Tmux recently updated to version 1.8, and with the update came a new command that greatly simplifies integrating with the OS X clipboard.
With prior versions of tmux, there wasn’t a straightforward method for getting text copied in tmux to the OS X clipboard. In How to Copy and Paste…